Written by MonRoi Support on Thu, Apr 24 2008 (09:59)
9 year old Nicholas Nip is youngest chess master in US History beating Bobby Fischer's record by 4 years. On the Regis and Kelly show he plays 10 adult chess players including defending armed forces champion all at the same time. Nicholas is part of Academic Chess Program in San Francisco.
Written by Andres D Hortillosa on Tue, Apr 22 2008 (18:09)
Undeserved thrill is how I would characterize my sentiments towards this follow up to the inaugural issue of my column. If you are new to this column, please consider reading the first installment to facilitate a proper introduction to what is to follow. The first one lays out plainly the underlying philosophy that this column is about.
Written by MonRoi Support on Mon, Apr 21 2008 (09:26)
Atlanta, Georgia, USA- April 2008
We intended to just having fun. And somehow we won. Amanda Mateer- Bughouse Championship Winner
My favorite band is probably Red Hot Chili Peppers. Marc Arnold
I like the way that you can scroll and see all live games. That’s pretty cool. Daniel Rensch
I am happy! Daniel Yeager- 2008 High School Championship Winner
I’d like to recognize the person who helps to make all this happen. Please give your thanks to Ms. Pat Knight. Bill Hall- Executive Director USCF
Chess Life magazine will be covering the event. Please, if you have any stories, games, feel free to contact me at
Written by Andres D Hortillosa on Wed, Apr 16 2008 (16:12)
Only a handful of chess authors truly understand the best method of mastering tactics. Most authors believe, as evidenced by the books and software available in the market, that puzzle exercises and solving them are the best approach to learning tactics. They could never be so wrong. The best way to learn tactics for most people is to actually learn them by seeing the transition point in its entirety from the opening phase to the beginning point of the puzzle.
Written by MonRoi Support on Tue, Apr 15 2008 (18:11)
Dallas, Texas, April 2008
At the end of the day, I think that you know that what you are doing is making a difference in the next generation. Jerry Nash, USCF Scholastic Director
It’s a great tournament – Junior High Nationals. My first time (here), it was awesome. My dad was watching on MonRoi. It was great for him. My mom was really excited after every game watching at home, checking the website all the time to see the games & results. David Adelberg
You have to always stay focused on the position. Michael Lee- K9 Winner!